You can see three almost identical images below. Can you spot the odd one out from them?
The Federal bank of London is abducted by the robbers. The head of the robbers asked the cashier to empty their money vault to them and when suddenly cashier got a call from her father. To avoid any suspicion, the robber asked the cashier to pick the call and reply her father in the shortest manner possible.
The cashier told her father "Is there an emergency father, Call me when you are free and I will help you in your furnishing" and then the cashier hung up the phone.
After 10 minutes, police arrived at the crime scene.
How did the police know about the robbery?
Luis Garavito killed Density x Volume.
Who is Luis Garavito ?
As you can see that fifteen matches have been used to form an arrangement. What you have to do is remove any six of them to make them ten.
You see a mathematical expression in the picture. Can you think of a movie that this expression refers to?
Joseph buys three kinds of chocolates for 100 rupees. The first one is priced at 5 rupees, second one at 3 rupees and third one at 0.5 rupees.
If he bought 100 chocolates in total, how many pieces do you think he bought each chocolate?
I am an eight letter word and I am a computer terminology.
The second, third and fourth letters make an animal.
The fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth letters make a weapon.
The first, second, third and fourth letters can be taken as an outcome of any exam.
The fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth letter combine to form a high end typing software.
Can you tell who am I ?
Can you solve the tricky chess rebus puzzle below by ciphering the hidden meaning?
If six children and two dogs were under an umbrella, how come none of them got wet?
Things are just as they seem, right? Well, check again.
Can you count the number of tigers in this picture ?
What is the next number in this matchsticks series riddle?
In 2007, a puzzle was released and $2 million prizes were offered for the first complete solution. The competition ended at noon on 31 December 2010, with no solution being found. Wiki